Cyber Security Club

The Cyber Security club's main purpose is to show the ever-growing world of Cyber Security. This club showcases how vast and important cyber security is in this day and age and helps people with many different projects for those who are interested in the field. The club also brings established people in the field in order to teach and explain various topics on the cybersecurity and career topics.

Sign up for the club on ProfLink HERE!

For events this semester we hope to better educate students on the work within the Cyber Security field by bringing out more industry professionals and CS Alumni for Speaker/Workshop events to share their experiences as to give advice and possible opportunities for all our members to engage in! Location wise we will either be within the Computer Science Conference Room or the James 2108 Cyber Security Lab for special workshop events! Also lookout for possible tour events co-hosted with the MIS Club. Expect these sorts of events twice a month with free food and drinks! Our first one is soon to be announced, and if you are interested in reaching out to host a speaker/workshop event let us know! Contact Us!

Events:

General Meetings are held every Friday from 2:00PM to 4:00PM EST in Robinson 201A & 201B. All majors are welcome as these meetings are co-hosted with the ACM, ACM-W, & MIS clubs. Free food/drinks and possible swag at every meeting!

Date Event Title Description
Friday, October 25th 2019  Rowan CS Faculty Speaker Event - Professor Davie

Location:  Glassboro Campus, Robinson Hall, Room 201 A&B

Topic: Various Cyber Security Related Topics for Personal Data Protection

Time: 3:30PM EST - 4:00PM EST

 Friday, November 1st 2019 Harbor Tech Speaker Event - Matt Webster

Location: Glassboro Campus, Robinson Hall, Room 201 A&B

Topic: Cyber-risk Management- Learn More Regarding the Process Companies Must Take to Secure Their Data

Time: 3:00PM EST - 4:00PM EST

 

What's New 2019:

It's planned that the Cyber Club will have three meetings each month. One will be a workshop hosted by a faculty member or individual from an outside company, one will be a speaker event hosted by a faculty member or individual from an outside company, and one will be a general club meeting.

2019-2020 Eboard Members: